Brownie Girl Scouts having fun at Pretty Pony Pastures

Brownie Scouts


We offer two 2-hour programs for Brownie Scouts. Bit 'N Bridle and I Love Horses. Bit 'N Bridle is a Try-it for Brownie Scouts from the Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama Council.

We designed I Love Horses when there was no horse Try-it. Both sessions include a mini riding lesson as well as hands-on learning about horses.



Bit 'N Bridle

This is a GSSA Council badge.
Topics include:

  • Learn horse safety
  • Learn how to clean a horse
  • English vs. Western
  • What to wear when riding
  • Horse breeds
  • Have a riding lesson

I Love Horses

For Brownies who want more horse activities. Topics include:

  • Playing it safe
  • Starting clean
  • Physically fit - horse & rider
  • Let's hear it!
  • Weight and height
  • Saddle up!


We can accomodate troops of up to 16 riders at 2:00 pm. Troops with more than 16 riders are asked to sign up at 4:00 pm.


The cost of this program is $30 per rider. The minimum number of riders for a session is six.

A deposit of $60.00 is required to hold your date. For more information or to schedule your troop, contact us by email or call 248.634.7276.


* Try-its are an additional charge and can be purchased at the time of the event.

Scout groups can be scheduled throughout the year on Saturday or Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm or 4:00 pm. and on weekday mornings or afternoons during the summer.
Please check our on-line calendar
How to dress -
Riders are expected to wear long pants and a boot with a small, 1/2" heel.
Leaders, parents, and other guests should dress for the weather AND wear sneakers or boots.
Helmets are provided. Riders may use their own ASTM/SEI certified helmets. Bicycle, roller blading, or other sport helmets are not acceptable.


Participants must have a Liabilty Release form on file to participate in this event.


      9160 Eagle Road
      Davisburg, MI 48350
      248 634-7276

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